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Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare
enjoyable play
Friday, October 19, 2001
5.0
I would recommend "Julius Caesar." The play was very well done, with realistic set design, and talented, believable actors. The fact that the play was set in Louisana brought out Shakespeare's work in a new light. Because of the Lousiana setting, I was able to relate more with the characters than I would had it been set in Rome. The director did a commendable job, very wisely casting Chris Kayser as Cassius, and Saxon Palmer as Marcus Antonius. I would recommend "Julius Caesar" to anyone who would like to see Shakespeare's writing portrayed in a new, enjoyable way. :)

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